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the fiscal cliff, to avoid taxes being raised on middle class folks and on 98% of america to avoid in my view a sequestration that would be very damaging to the defense and nondefense sides, there's an agreement that's possible. and, you know, there are four issues that are outstanding. each of them is bridgeable in a certain way. they are we believe that the bush tax cuts should go up for people above $250,000 this can a year. there is a disagreement on estate tax. we prefer the 2009 levels, jon would prefer something else. whether unemployment insurance is included in, we feel that's very important and then whether you use some small portion of the revenues you gain from the tax increases to pay down sequestration per year. those would be the four areas they have to come to agreement on. there are some areas i think there's agreement. dealing with the amt patch so that middle class people don't go -- the sgr, the medicare and some tax expenditures on business and middle -- >> you're talking about extending tax cuts for most americans, talking about more spending, this would be extending une
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